[Samba] Trying to set-up Stunnel for samba
neil at JAMMConsulting.com
Sun May 5 08:47:02 GMT 2002
I am trying to set-up an stunnel for samba.
On my Linux server, I have samba set-up and working
in non-ssl mode. I set up a file share called Documents.
Then, I ran an stunnel on the command line to allow
me to tunnel thru it. Here is what I did:
/usr/sbin/stunnel -D 7 -f 2139 -r 139
Then, on my client (A Windows 2000 machine), I
did the following:
1. Created a directory c:\bin
2. Downloaded the file
and extracted it.
3. I then went to a command line, changed to the c:\bin directory
and typed this command:
stunnel.exe -c -d 127.0.0.2:139 -n smb -r 184.108.40.206:2139
I then went to windows explorer and tried to add a network
place with the location \\127.0.0.2\Documents but when it
tries to connect, I get a pop-up that says the network path
was not found.
The command line on my Windows 2000 box has this message:
LOG5[796:924]: 220.127.116.11.2139 connected from 192.168.1.3:1206
LOG3[796:924]: remote connect: Unknown error (10060)
There are no messages on the command line on the Linux box, so it
seems that I was not able to connect to it. This is strange since
I know that it is not a firewall issue.
If I compile samba with the --with-ssl option, everything works fine.
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